28th November 2019


How is the periodic table of elements arranged?

Periodic table of the elements, in chemistry, the organized array of all the chemical elements in order of increasing atomic number—i.e., the total number of protons in the atomic nucleus. Explanation of the periodic table.

Regarding this, what is the arrangement of the periodic table?

The chemical elements are arranged in order of increasing atomic number. The rows are called periods and the columns are called groups. Elements with similar chemical properties are in the same group of elements.

What is the difference between groups and periods in the periodic table?

Science. Groups and periods are two ways of categorizing elements on the periodic table. Periods are horizontal rows (across) the periodic table, while groups are vertical columns (down) the table. Atomic number increases both as you move down a group or across a period.
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